Truth is, the sample size is just too small. His stats as a freshman weren't necessarily mind-blowing, but they were good. Quite honestly, if we're talking about all-around game and talent, I'd have to say he's definitely outside the top 5, probably not top 10. Sorry, but overall body of work matters. It may seem like sacrilege, but if we're evaluating each player as an overall back (skill level, speed, power, agility, pass catching, etc) my top 10 would look like this -
6. Janowicz (although you could consider him a QB)
8. El Guapo
9. Tim Spencer
10. Wiley gets the slight nod over Pittman and Pearson, followed by Clarett, Cassady, Ferguson, and Raymont.